See all of the stars who attended the San Francisco premiere of The Matrix Resurrections over the weekend, from Keanu Reeves to Jada Pinkett Smith — and their daring looks!
Jawara Alleyne’s red two-piece for Fashion East looked stunning on the model.
Yena Young and Marco Canevacci
The pair appeared straight out of the future in their complementary red ensembles.
In her corseted black off-the-shoulder gown by Charles Lu, Hollman sort of resembles a rock ‘n’ roll Marie Antoinette.
Harris rocked a statement sleeve on the carpet.
Venya Pak and T’Keyah Day
As did Pak and Day, who both wore leather coats to the event.
The leather memo was also rocked by Mae.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
The coats in the original Matrix were incredible, so it’s safe to say that Abdul-Mateen II understood the assignment when he wore this Bottega Veneta leather look.
Why limit yourself to just one daring thigh-high slit when you can have two?
On the red carpet, Agyeman wore a sheer sequin gown.
Jada Pinkett Smith
From head to toe in red! Pinkett Smith wore a stunning Giambattista Valli Couture mini-dress with a long train.
Jada Pinkett Smith and Jaden Smith
Jaden, her son, dressed in an artsy all-black ensemble to contrast his mother.
David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris
Contrary forces attract! Burtka chose a black ensemble for the premiere, while Harris opted for a colorful Berluti ensemble.
Chopra looked stunning in a daring sequin Halpern gown.
Groff kept things sleek and simple, wearing Damari on the carpet with a mesh shirt peeking out from beneath his black suit.
Moss, who reprises her role as Trinity in the film, paid homage to the movie with her premiere look: she wore a custom Oscar de la Renta gown with green and silver sequins reminiscent of the film’s digital rain.
The Matrix Resurrections star, who will reprise his role as Neo in the sequel, wore Brunello Cucinelli to the premiere.
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